“God Is Not A Christian” – Nigerian Pastor Says

"God Is Not A Christian" - Nigerian Pastor Says | Daily Report Nigeria

A Nigerian pastor has stirred mixed reactions after explaining some ideologies of Christianity to his congregation.

The pastor, Abel Damina, who is the senior pastor of Abel Damina Ministries International in a sermon on Monday noted that Christians should stop believing that only the people who believe in Jesus Christ will go to heaven.

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While noting that biblical characters like Abraham and Jesus Christ did not mention anything like Christianity, but rather ‘unbelievers’, he added that Christians should stop thinking that Christianity is the only religion that could take one to paradise to discard their position, as he further hinted that Jesus was not even a Christian.


He said,

“Many of you think God is a Christian. God is not a Christian. Many of you think if you are not a Christian, you won’t go to heaven, lie. People went to heaven before Christianity started. Christianity started in Antioch in the Book of Acts. That should humble you a bit, and you should start adjusting your theology.

“And it is unbelievers that gave the name Christianity that you are carrying as a condition to go to heaven— unbelievers who watch the people who were adherents of Brother Paul’s teachings. After teaching for some time, they saw the transformation that had happened to these people. Before then, they were called believers and almajiris. They were disciples of Paul.


“Then the people said instead of calling disciples, the transformation we see in them is that they look like Christ, so let’s call them Christians. But before then, many people went to heaven, including the thief on the cross. So, you don’t have to be a Christian to make heaven.”


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